PALM BEACH | THE UPDATE

WHERE TO EAT

Palm Beach Grill
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach
+1 561 835 1077
Always packed, this buzzy Palm Beach institution has classic American food, attentive service and great people watching. Don’t miss their famous ice cream sundae! If you’re in the mood for a quick burger then head to the little spot they opened right next door called The Honor Bar.

Sant Ambroeus
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach
+1 561 285 7990
This classic Milanese restaurant offers fine dining in the elegant interior and outdoor patio as well as casual seating at the bar. It’s also great for breakfast and a grab and go coffee. 

Pizza Al Fresco
14 Via Mizner, Palm Beach
+1 561 832 0032 
Lively, fun ambience set in a courtyard with little white lights. Perfect for a casual night indulging in their delicious thin, crispy pizza and yummy salads.

PB Catch
251 Sunrise Ave, Palm Beach
+1 561 655 5558
Beautiful, chic restaurant that serves some of the best seafood in Palm Beach.

Renato’s
87 Via Mizner, Palm Beach
+1 561 655 9752 
Romantic and elegant both inside and out, this classic Palm Beach restaurant serves authentic Italian fare with gracious, old world service. Pretend you’re in Italy and dine al fresco in their beautiful, candlelit garden.

Avocado Grill
125 Datura Street, West Palm Beach
+1 561 623 0822

This fun, relaxed spot is great for large groups and strong margaritas!

WHERE TO GO OUT

Cucina Palm Beach
257 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach
+1 561 855 7799

This Italian bistro turns into a rocking disco around 11 pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Great DJ and fun crowd.

Camelot
114 S. Narcissus Ave., West Palm Beach
+1 561 408 1001
Stylish, trendy cocktail bar and lounge. This is the place to go if you like to stay out till 6 am and pretend you’re at a club in Miami. 

HMF at The Breakers
One South County Road, Palm Beach
+1 877 724 3188  
If you NEVER want to go to a club in Miami then you’ll love the very Palm Beach vibe of this elegant bar at The Breakers. Shockingly, an older crowd hangs here.

WHAT TO DO

Get Outside 
Walk, run or bike along The Lake Trail, a scenic 6-mile trail along the Intracoastal Waterway where you can get a peek into some of Palm Beach’s most beautiful estates. The trail runs from Peruvian Avenue North to North Lake Way.

Flagler Museum
One Whitehall Way, Palm Beach
+1 561 655 2833
This National Historic Landmark is the turn-of-the-century Gilded Age mansion of Standard Oil co-founder Henry Flagler. There are guided and self-guided tours of the stunning home as well as Flagler’s private railcar.

Norton Museum of Art
1451 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach
+1 561 832 5196
This museum houses an impressive collection of American, European and Chinese masterworks (their collection of Chinese jade and bronze is considered among the best in the world) and Photography. Definitely worth a visit to get your cultural fix!

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
253 Barcelona Road, West Palm Beach
+1 561 832 5328
A hidden gem right down the street from the Norton Museum. You can eat breakfast or lunch in the garden during the season.

GET PAMPERED 
Tammy Fender 
711 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach
+1 888 655 9991
Creator of an acclaimed, plant-based skin care line, facialist Tammy Fender offers a holistic approach to skin care at her much-loved spa in West Palm Beach. Besides her legendary facials, the spa also offers a variety of heavenly massages and body treatments.

WHERE TO SHOP 

Royal Ponciana
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach
It’s all happening at this beautiful shopping plaza with a variety of upscale stores (Hermes, Saint Laurent, Kirba Zabete), fitness centers (Soul Cycle is located here for the season) and high end restaurants. It’s less hectic than shopping on Worth Ave. and a lot easier to park!

Antique Row
South Dixie Highway between Belvedere Road and Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach
There is something for everyone at this art and design district with dozens of well-curated vintage shops, antique and design stores to explore.